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    To prevent the flu, should we all be wearing surgical masks?

    In Asia, wearing a mask is commonplace. Between protection from poor air quality and safeguarding against the spread of disease, it has become normal to spot many on the streets of Tokyo or Hong Kong wearing face masks. But are masks about to become a daily accessory in the U.S.? And are masks really even […]

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    This is what happens to your body when you eat a Tide Pod

    The internet loves a good quirky social media challenge ¡ª but the latest popular challenge is downright dangerous. The Tide Pod Challenge encourages teens to place a Tide Pod on their tongue and record their reactions as the laundry detergent dissolves. While you¡¯d like to believe no one would ever want to ingest laundry detergent, […]

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    Here¡¯s why the flu was so bad this year

    On Friday, the CDC announced a first in its 13 years of flu monitoring: As of Jan. 6, every part of the continental U.S. showed ¡°widespread¡± flu activity. ¡°This is the first year we had the entire continental U.S. be the same color on the graph, meaning there¡¯s widespread activity in all of the continental […]

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    Happily Married Men Reveal 21 Secrets For A Happy Marriage

    It’s hard to imagine that any one of us has never wondered how it’s possible to have a truly happy marriage. I know I’ve heard women talk about it constantly, but when I think about it, I’ve seldom heard men, let alone married men, discuss this particular dilemma of modern love. Sometimes I find myself […]

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    Your age may determine what foods improve your mood

    Many believe to know how food impacts mood. Coffee and sugar makes people upbeat and happy, turkey¡¯s tryptophan can lead to naps, and vegetables make some feel virtuous, right? However, these ¡°facts¡± aren¡¯t necessarily true. What¡¯s more, researchers at the University of Binghamton have found that how certain foods influence the brain depends on how […]

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    Teens are vaping, not smoking. But is vaping safe?

    A massive new survey has found that a large number of teens in the U.S. are vaping ¡ª far more than those who say they smoke cigarettes. The Monitoring the Future survey, which is conducted by the University of Michigan, asked about 50,000 eighth, 10th, and 12th?graders in the U.S. about a wide variety of […]

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    Why nothing you buy at the drugstore is going to clear up your cystic acne

    It can be frustrating to spend money on an expensive skin care product or pricey treatment, only to find it doesn¡¯t work well for your skin. This is especially true if you¡¯re prone to breakouts and feel as though you¡¯ve tried nearly every cleanser and serum on the drugstore shelf, hoping to clear them up. […]

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    23 Signs You’re Secretly An Introvert

    Think you can spot an introvert in a crowd? Think again. Although the stereotypical introvert may be the one at the party who¡¯s hanging out alone by the food table fiddling with an iPhone, the ¡°social butterfly¡± can just as easily have an introverted personality. ¡°Spotting the introvert can be harder than finding Waldo,¡± Sophia […]

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